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Cognitive Archaeology and Human Evolution.

Abstract : This book presents new directions in the study of cognitive archaeology. Seeking to understand the conditions that led to the development of a variety of cognitive processes during evolution, it uses evidence from empirical studies and offers theoretical speculations about the evolution of modern cognition as well. The volume draws from the fields of archaeology and neuropsychology, which traditionally have shared little in the way of theories and methods, even though both disciplines provide crucial pieces to the puzzle of the emergence and evolution of human cognition.
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Sophie A. de Beaune, Frederick L. Coolidge, Thomas Wynn. Cognitive Archaeology and Human Evolution.. France. Cambridge University Press, pp.185, 2009. ⟨halshs-00721196⟩

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